adjective see giggle I

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  • giggly — [ˈgıgli] adj giggling a lot ▪ a giggly schoolgirl …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Giggly — Gig gly, a. Prone to giggling. Carlyle. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • giggly — [[t]gɪ̱gəli[/t]] ADJ GRADED Someone who is giggly keeps laughing in a childlike way, because they are amused, nervous, or drunk. Ray was very giggly and joking all the time. ...giggly girls …   English dictionary

  • giggly — UK [ˈɡɪɡ(ə)lɪ] / US adjective Word forms giggly : adjective giggly comparative gigglier superlative giggliest laughing a lot in a nervous, excited, or silly way …   English dictionary

  • giggly — giggle ► VERB ▪ laugh lightly in a nervous, affected, or silly manner. ► NOUN 1) a laugh of such a kind. 2) informal an amusing person or thing. DERIVATIVES giggler noun giggly adjective. ORIGIN imita …   English terms dictionary

  • giggly — See giggler. * * * …   Universalium

  • giggly — adjective Prone to giggling …   Wiktionary

  • giggly — gig|gly [ gıgli ] adjective laughing a lot in a nervous, excited, or silly way …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • giggly — gig·gly || gɪglɪ adj. having a tendency to giggle …   English contemporary dictionary

  • giggly — gig·gly …   English syllables

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